A busy Spring morning at Oak Island and a exchange of horns as SD45-2 meets an arriving leased C40-8.
A rainy day drives me inside to climb up into one of three Missabe Yellowstones in and around the Twin Ports.
Progress Rail Services PR22B is one of two Gensets testing on the Q. I like the component configuration of this beastie--the Caterpillar power units and the dynamic brake unit are all in separate... (more)
After checking the signal which was dark, I was surprised to see 564's headlight in the distance.
GEs run along the Hudson.
I am heading Up North in April. I guess nostaglia got the better of me.
An A-B-B-B-A lashup pulling coal through Worcester. 3908 is a B39-8E, 3007,3008,3005--cabless B30-7s from Burlington Northern, and 4004, an ex Susquehanna B40-8.
Sporting box car livery, CSX 995 idles alone in Oak Point Yard. According to CSX Diesel Roster, they classify this as a CW44AH.
5702 and 6390 will cut off from 9322 and the rest of this coal drag further downbound and return to repeat as necessary.
CSX SD40-2s 8067 and 8076 head down the Hudson with Auto Racks. Earlier this month, 8067 was working along the banks of another river--the Mississippi in Minnesota.
A steamy July evening in New Jersey, as SU-99 head to Binghamton.
Power is always abundant in Northtown Yard. The trio in the background work the hump, as foreground power is still.
Arriving at Selkirk.
Late afternoon action at Selkirk. SD40-2 and MT-6 slug set work the hump. The MT-6 slug was rebuilt from an ALCO RSD-12.